The Scientific Python ecosystem is a loose federation of community developed and owned Python projects widely used in scientific research, technical computing, and data science. This blog is part of the Scientific Python project, which aims to better coordinate the ecosystem and grow the community.
Healthy communities are built when everyone’s voice is heard, when their perspective is valued, and when their work is recognized. Better technical and social solutions can be found through wide participation. We are therefore dedicated to expanding our community in a welcoming and inclusive way, with particular focus on increased participation by people who identify with groups that are underrepresented in STEM and the open source scientific Python community.
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